Aesthetic medicine is a term for specialities that focus on altering cosmetic appearance through the treatment of various conditions. These include corrections of photoaging (premature skin aging), wrinkles, skin laxity, scars, moles and spots, stretch marks, excessive sweating and areas of excess fat and cellulite.
Over the years, there has been an increase in demand by both men and women who are looking to improve their appearance for aesthetic beauty treatments – whether it be through anti-ageing or cosmetic treatments – which has given cause for some concern.
For this reason, Aesthetic Medicine is defined as a medical practice which comprises all medical procedures aimed at improving the physical appearance and well-being of an individual.
Anyone seeking consultation through a1n Aesthetic Medical practice generally has 3 fundamental objectives:
In order to achieve these objectives, Aesthetic Medicine is based on the use of non-invasive to minimally invasive, non-surgical medical practices – without the need for hospitalisation.